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  1. Just writing to update: I was able to get things working with @DTLow's suggestion and by watching the video. Even though Filterize is asking for a "template link" they really mean a note link. By template, they simply mean an existing note to be used as a template. It has nothing to do with Evernote templates. Another helpful tidbit in the video is the inclusion of the {CONTENT} indicator in the body of the note. This indicator tells Filterize where to place existing note content as it applies a template to your existing note. Very neat.
  2. Okay. I'll give it a try. Thanks!
  3. Thank you for your quick reply. In my use case, however, the note has already been created and Filterize is going to apply an existing template to the existing note. At least that's my understanding of the "apply template" filter I'm constructing. Thus, Filterize is asking for a template link as opposed to a note link (because the note already exists).
  4. Hi All, First off, I have to say I'm really impressed with Filterize.net I'm still only using the free trial but I'm really glad I learned about it and I'm strongly leaning towards purchasing the service. IMHO, it's pretty powerful and downright useful. My question is about "template links". I know Filterize can add a template to a new note automatically and to do this one must provide a "template link". Unfortunately, I don't know how to locate the "template link" from one of my saved templates. Does anyone know where in Evernote for Mac (Version 7.9) I can find these "template links"? I know how to apply a template to a note and save templates, I just don't know how to locate the actual links to these templates once they are created and saved. I'm probably missing something basic but I just can't figure it out. In case it is helpful, I've attached a screenshot of where in Filterize these links are needed. Finally, if the @Filterize team is listening, I'd like to suggest you create a demonstration video of the "parametization via note" capability. My sense is this is a powerful feature but without a concrete example, it is difficult for someone like me to take advantage of it. Just food for thought and keep up the good work!
  5. Thanks for telling us about EverTool. I'll definitely check it out! Honestly, it's amazing this sort of functionality isn't baked into Evernote from the get go.
  6. I know exactly what you're talking about. Basic bulleting in the editor has been broken for years. It is infuriating. Out of spite, I've tested bullet editing in other tools (e.g., DEVONThink, Bear, Notion) and, to their credit, they almost always work as expected. I've been an Evernote customer for years and I'm not sure how much longer I can hang on. All the 'death spiral' chatter hasn't helped matters to say the least. Anyway, I hope they focus more on improving the core experience of the app/service.
  7. This just happened to me, too. Is there any way to get the note out of "business card" mode so I can edit it? What I scanned was not a business card and I can't seem to change the fact that came in this way. I've tried to delete the fields that are in the business card (e.g., phone number, name) but it seems they can't be removed. I'm hoping there's a away to convert the note to a non-business card format.
  8. Having the same problem for about two weeks now (Safari: 9.1.1; El Capitan 10.11.5; Webclipper 6.8.1). Clicking on the Webclipper button in the Safari toolbar does nothing; absolutely no response. If I completely uninstall the extension, re-install it, and then sign-in, the extension does work (temporarily), but it stops working the next time I launch Safari.
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